1994 Ford Explorer Limited on 2040-cars
side and appears to have come loose
Fanwood, New Jersey, United States
I am selling a 1994 Ford Explorer Limited. This explorer is green and has 4WD. With the expected bad winter, this truck might be the vehicle you need to travel to and from the store, school, or work when others can't. The vehicle needs some work but mechanically it has been running fine. The driver door does not open right now. The handle was replaced on the exterior side and appears to have come loose. I am not sure how to do it but will be inquiring from a shop. The rear window motors appear to be dead now. I hear them moving but nothing happens. This truck comes with a full size spare tire. I have only owned it for a little while and need to downsize to one vehicle. Since having it, it has ran perfect.
Only current issue is the Title reads 155107 on it. This is an error as it only has 152000. I just noticed this as I am listing it.
NO WARRANTY WITH VEHICLE. AS IS. ALL SALES FINAL
some rust, scratches, dents, dings, scuffs, rips. etc. It's a 1994
Ford Explorer for Sale
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